British law firm Lewis Silkin opens Dublin office
Company plans to provide GDPR compliance for clients in Ireland and other EU states
Lewis Silkin chief executive Ian Jeffery said the opening of the office was “a significant step” in the firm’s evolution. Photograph: iStock
British-based law firm Lewis Silkin has established a new office in Dublin, providing employment law services and data protection compliance for clients with with operations in the Republic, the European Union and further afield.
Lewis Silkin chief executive Ian Jeffery said the opening of the office was “a significant step” in the firm’s evolution.
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“The new Dublin office is a natural and complementary addition to our existing offering, and further enhances our ability to deliver for clients with operations in Ireland, the wider EU and globally. Going forward, we will continue to review avenues for expansion in Ireland in line with our core specialisms and evolving client requirements.”
IDA Ireland chief executive Martin Shanahan welcomed the opening of the Dublin office, saying it would enable the agency to market Ireland’s international legal services sector to other similar firms.